Immigration Numbers

31 07 2014

Aztlan

Drudge entitles the link to this “SHOCK POLL,” but I’m not so shocked, in fact, I’m pleased.  The immigration question is the most important single issue to Republican voters.  (Even Dave Weigel has admitted this.)  As it should be, and as it should have been for a long time.  I think that if the poll question was asked another way, the number of Republican voters for whom immigration was their most important make or break issue in terms of whether to vote for someone or not would be even higher.

If anything, I thought for some time that this issue was more important to white non-partisans and independents and occasional or non-voters than it was to the Republican base, and if the Republican base cared about it at all, that they didn’t give it enough importance or precedence.

*  But I don’t think this issue only important to the Republican base.  Rush read some polling numbers today, that Obama has a 68% disapproval rating on the immigration issue, which is Obama’s highest single issue disapproval rating.  Obama has never polled higher than 60% disapproval on his handling of the economy, and his overall disapproval rating is 55%.  This means Obama does 8% worse on immigration than his rock bottom worst on the economy in general, and 13% worse on immigration than on his job as President in general.  Those deltas aren’t coming from conservatives or Republicans, they have to be coming from independents and even some liberals.  And these are crucial 8% and 13% constituencies that decide big elections.

*  Proving that taking up immigration as an issue for a Republican loses you none of your own base, and in fact electrifies it, and gets you quite a few independents and liberals.  So why won’t the Stupid Party do it?  Answer:  The donors.

*  And also, today is Eric Cantor’s last day as House Majority Leader.





Nobody’s Fool(ed)

31 07 2014

Aztlan

Looks like we stopped them yet again.

Honorable mentions:

*  The House Republican grass roots, for not bending down to their own leadership.  Now, let’s talk about a new House Republican leadership, deporting Boehner, McCarthy et al to the back benches.

*  Most Tea Party organizations and groups for riling up grass roots activists.  Now, let’s talk about sending Sal Russo and Grover Norquist packing and isolating the rest of the phonies and hangers-on, and about making the Dave Brat playbook the TPM playbook.

*  The American Family Association and a lot of other evangelical Christian groups for stirring up the flock.  Now, let’s talk about tossing out those Potemkin “evangelical leaders” that support amnesty and open borders in the name of Jesus Christ.

*  Ted Cruz, for essentially being Jeff Sessions’s whip, and making sure Republicans in the other chamber of Congress didn’t fall for the con.  Now, let’s talk about his enthusiastic support for legal immigration, which by far is my big hangup to trusting Cruz with any power beyond what he has now.

*  Many conservative talk radio hosts and websites not named Laura Ingraham and V-Dare, for providing the right coverage at the right time aimed at the right people.  Now, let’s talk about talking about and discussing immigration even at times when it’s not hot news so that we don’t get in this fix again, and can actually start to move the ball in the other direction.

 





“Welcome to America. You’re Going to Go to School, Get a Job, and Become Americans.”

29 07 2014

Aztlan

140726illegalimmigrantkids

Because, where there’s a George Will, there’s a way.

This is the ugly choice Will’s drivel leads us to — 1) open borders, where everyone in the world can move here, or 2) trial by ordeal, where we erect barriers to weed out the feeble and then welcome the survivors. I don’t think Will actually supports either of those options, but that’s where his silly thinking leads.

Why are we not to think that Will supports #1?  I mean, just about everyone inside the beltway does.  Remember, there are 5.7 billion people who live in countries which have an average GDP per capita less than that of Mexico.

Will just might be right, that they are going to come here, get a job, go to school and become “Americans,” i.e. ideological cultist abstraction- and proposition-obsessed squatters on a meaningless piece of real estate who all crowd into big box stores on a weekly basis.  Except he’s wrong about the job part; most of them will be slinging the EBT.





Keep It Simple Stupid Party

29 07 2014

Aztlan

Here’s the only kind of stop gap legislation that should be considered right now:

A bill that at law summarily physically deports illegal aliens who have crossed into the United States since the start of whenever the border surge started, summarily denies them any ability to receive refugee status or revokes it if they’ve received it, and enough money to enforce those provisions.

Then dare the Democrats not to vote for that.

Don’t dick around with changing laws.  If you do that, you open up a can of worms and a bunch of traitors will try to stuff a whole lot of amnesty into those cans.





Taste the Rainbow

28 07 2014

Prince Georges County, Maryland

ms13md

Some of these are MS-13.  The victim is a homeless black man.

This is what happens when our old vibrant diversity meets our new vibrant diversity.





The Game Plays You

28 07 2014

Amurrika/Aztlan

The incomparable Gregory Hood comes through again. H/T CofCC.

It’s almost always the case:

When you play the game, the game plays you.

This should be the final nail in the coffin of the mentality that we racialists and ethnonationalists can/should latch onto libertarianism and Ron and Rand Paul-ism in order to reap the benefits of them in a disparate impact sort of maneuver.

And it should drive home the point that the wages of modern libertarianism is cultural Marxism.





What Brown Will Do For You

28 07 2014

New Hampshire

When there was that surprise immigration patriot rally in Boston on Saturday, where maybe as many as 10,000 people were there, and was said to be the largest ever political rally on Beacon Hill, I thought to myself that I wouldn’t want to be Jeanne Shaheen right now.

Shazaam.

For all this RINO propensities, Scott Brown has always been solid on the immigration issue.  The only reason that’s not more obvious is that there was not a vote on any immigration legislation during his short time in the Senate; remember the Gang Bangers of Eight bill was passed in the Senate in 2013, after the Dime Store Indian beat Scott Brown in November 2012.  But Brown has said often that he would have voted against Gang Bangers of Eight.

Really, Scott Brown has an easy path to victory in November.  All he has to say is that he would have voted against Gang Bangers of Eight while Jeanne Shaheen did, and he would have voted against ObamaDontCare (that was his flagship issue in the 2010 special election) while Jeanne Shaheen did.  No more complicated than that.





Drudgetaposition

26 07 2014

South Florida

drudge-july-26-2014

Click to enlarge.

You don’t think he thinks these things are related, do you?





Good For Him

24 07 2014

Milford, Michigan

kerry-bentivolio

won’t accept an award from the Chamber Pot of Commerce because of the group’s incessant push for open borders.

Last time I mentioned him was more than two years ago. Incidentally, the lack of signatures should have ended John Conyers’s political career this year, but he found some judge to put him back on the ballot.





Viva La Raza! Viva My Job!

24 07 2014

Los Angeles

Breitbart:

Murguia demanded that the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants who are currently here receive amnesty and said the road to the White House for Republicans goes through the Latino community and La Raza

That’s about as insightful as the President of the National Association of Buddhist Vegetarians saying that Buddhist vegetarians are the crucial swing demographic in Presidential elections and that the road to the White House for any political party goes through the National Association of Buddhist Vegetarians.

The reality is that in voting terms, Hispanics punch far under their weight. Hispanics were a vast plurality and almost a majority of California’s population in November 2012, yet only 21% of the California electorate on the Presidential election day was Hispanic. Coincidentally, 21% of the Texas electorate on that same election day was Hispanic, and Hispanic voting patterns in CA and TX on that day weren’t much different, yet CA was a foregone blue state and TX was a foregone red state. Ask yourself why that was, research and find the answer, and you’ll find out where “the road to the White House” REALLY goes through.





David Perdue 1, Chamber Pot of Commerce 0

23 07 2014

Georgia

How David Perdue eked it out:

Except I don’t know how dependable David Perdue, a first cousin to former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, really is.

All we can take from this is that when immigration and the Chamber Pot of Commerce’s fanatical support for open borders are brought out into the open, people generally stick to to the Chamber Pot.





Silver Blaze

22 07 2014

Texas

No, lunatic.  The problem isn’t that the Texas NG is going there to shoot “children” (i.e. diseased adolescent gang bangers from Central America), they’re going there to be campaign props for Rickroller Perry’s Presidential campaign.

There’s an easy way to tell that these are nothing but cheap ineffectual political theatrics — The fact that Obama has not nationalized the Texas NG and told them to turn around and go home, and he could. If this was intended to do something positive about the problem, Obama would have done that already. That he has not is a dog not barking Silver Blaze clue to the vacuity of the whole affair.

And guess who’s a big fan of this lunatic and has him on her show a lot?  That’s right, the screaming yuppie, who has joined her new boss in the soccer ball and teddy bear crusade.

UPDATE 7/23

Proof that I was right, as if any was needed.





Now That You’re Paying Attention

21 07 2014

Your Blogmeister’s Desk

The following is a short field guide to modern immigration politics for the newbie.

Congratulations, historic American nation.  You have finally discovered the immigration issue.

Now that the issue has your attention, and now that I have your attention, it’s time for Uncle Blogmeister to sit the historic American nation down on his lap and give it several wooden nickels’ worth of free advice.

1.  There is no more important issue in American politics today.  It’s a master switch which will affect all the other, less important ones.

2.  But don’t think the real reason to win this issue is for the sake of any abstract ideology or any political party.  It’s to preserve a particular people in a particular place.  Politics, systems, issues are temporary and fleeting, but people are forever.  Once you lose people, you’ve lost period.

3.  The very people who are going to try to talk you out of caring about immigration or at least trying to make you think it should not be important to you are people who themselves have immigration as their a-number-one concern in terms of open borders/no borders.

4.  Condition yourself to be immune to distractions, because now that you care, the open borders lobby is going to try to come at you with one “LOOK SQUIRREL~!1″ after another after another.  The squirrels they want you to look at are nowhere near as dangerous as the mad hungry grizzly bear quickly approaching you.

5.  Don’t be taken in by cheap meaningless ineffectual political theatrics and stunts, e.g. Rickroller Perry.  They’re designed to get you to ignore their questionable if not completely horrible record on immigration.

6.  Talk is one thing, but people who talk talk talk a good game then take soccer balls and teddy bears to hoardes of diseased gang-banging adolescents have something wrong in the head, e.g. Glenn Beck, Dana Loesch, Ted Cruz.

7.  Because immigration is the issue, and the most important issue, don’t support politicians who are horrible on immigration but “good” on everything else, e.g. Rand Paul.  Don’t reward treason.

8.  Resist the temptation to engage in red team blue team partisanship.  There’s plenty of credible legitimate blame to go around to both the red team and the blue team, and it has been going on long enough such that it’s just not Obama’s fault or Bush 43’s fault…this sore has been festering for a very long time.  However, note that our side’s true soldiers are two things:  Elected Republicans, but not allowed into Republican leadership or elite circles.

9.  Identify the true soldiers and reward them.  Here are a few to get you started:  Jeff Sessions, Steve King, Lou Barletta, Tom Tancredo, Joe Arpaio, Kris Kobach.

10.  Immigration is a racial issue, don’t fool yourself or anyone else into thinking it’s not.  Tolerate non-whites in our movement, but don’t pander to them, never feel that you need their permission to think what you think or do what you do, and never try to legitimize your cause based on the presence of these non-whites.

11.  The most common answers to the most common question you will have while making your way through immigration politics is this:  “It’s the donors,” “Cheap labor,” “Electing a new people.”

12.  Don’t believe anyone’s propaganda about “all these harsh deportations.”  Hardly anyone is actually physically deported, and it has been that way for a long time.

13.  I hate to break it to you, but illegal aliens currently in country are actually voting (anti-fraud mechanisms are deliberately crippled, prosecutions for voter fraud are very rare), collecting welfare (the wonderful Federal judiciary), working (E-Verify?  What E-Verify?  Politicians and activists of both parties are mightily resisting universal E-Verify).

14.  There were people and groups and media sources talking about immigration before talking about immigration was cool.  Find them and patronize them.  Examples:  American Renaissance, V-Dare, Laura Ingraham, but there are others.  Most of the others are Johnny Come Lately.  Better that Johnny came than not at all, but if Johnny would have been there from the beginning, we’d be much closer to having this issue favorably solved.

15.  Mass immigration by design helps make the ultra-rich even more rich.  Which is why almost every American billionaire wants amnesty and open borders, why they bribe politicians in order to get it.  The New York Times is fanatically for open borders these days because it’s partially owned by a Mexican megabillionaire named Carlos Slim who was given a state monopoly on Mexican telecommunications and who collects a check with every phone call between the USA and Mexico.  At the end of the day, though, a single multibillionaire only has one vote, and hitching the immigration issue to the populist versus elitist struggle is probably one of the very best ways to to turn out voters for our cause and against the traitors, see Dave Brat versus Eric Cantor.

16.  In spite of the mantra the other side spews, EVERY nation is a nation of immigrants.  The entire history of the world can be compressed into what happens when one group of people get up and go somewhere else.  However, it does not follow that all immigration is desirable.  Also learn the difference between colonization and immigration, and realize that one only truly has in this world what one is strong enough to attain and retain.

17.  It might be some time before our enemies try to ram some sort of legislation down our throats, but when they do, don’t be taken in by distractions and diversions there, either.  If the legislation grants some sort of legal status or “deportation” forbearance to illegals and it gives them a work permit, that’s amnesty, full stop.  It’s all the amnesty the illegals want, and it’s all the amnesty that billionaires and corporations want.

18.  Condition yourself out of ideological cults, and condition yourself into this one question:  Is it good for white people?

This list is subject to being amended numerous times.  If you are new to the immigration issue, in accordance with the sudden surge of interest which is a reaction to the border surge, and the protests and rallies of this past weekend, use the comment section to ask me.  I’ve been studying this issue for a long time.

UPDATE 7/22

Before you leave suggestions for new bullet points in the comment section, remember who I wrote this for:  The newbies.  Therefore, whatever you suggest I should add should be targeted at newbies, not experienced people.  Think of this field guide as boot camp for new recruits, not OCS.  Perhaps later, with help from certain people, we can write a similar quickie field guide that’s like OCS, teaching experienced activists how to be leaders and teachers and recruiters on their own.

 

 

 





Latino Power, Part II

21 07 2014

California

They just noticed the same thing I did a few weeks ago.

In a state full of Hispanics in southern California, how is it that the state’s political establishment is heavily white or Jewish, elderly, and from the Bay Area?

Far be it from me to suggest that these two things aren’t contradictory.  Farther still to suggest that one day in the recent past, the middle aged white/Jewish Bay Area state political establishment figured on mass Hispanic immigration as the ideal way to drive the voters who could have toppled them out of the state in order to elect a new people who would never un-elect them.

Even when the current crop of geezers finally retires, and I get the feeling that some of them will retire directly to the pine box, I don’t expect much to change.  The only thing that may change is that the California political club will get more diverse in terms of more Asians.  But look at the younger people in my post of a few weeks ago; Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and Attorney General Kamala Harris are both from San Francisco, the former was Mayor and the latter was San Francisco County D.A. until both won their respective statewide offices in 2010.  Both are expected to run for Governor in 2018.  The long and short of it is that southern California Hispanics won’t be part of the state ruling class anytime soon.





Today’s Immigration News

17 07 2014

Amurrika/Aztlan

Good polling news, but it begs the question:  How did we get in a situation where most voters want deportation (i.e. immigration law enforced) but where “deportation” is a political cuss word in Official America?

By “quandary for Democrats,” what they mean is that Democrats are trying to find away to avoid being blamed for the real world consequences of what they want while at the time time trying to pawn all the blame off on Republicans.

Come to think of it, the RINOs are trying to do the same thing in the polar opposite.

I would be just as worried as Mickey Kaus if these were any other times.  But I doubt they’re going to try to pull a scam like this, because it’s an election year and people are paying attention to the issue, the news and the actions of politicians more closely than ever.  If they do try a scam like this, it’s probably also good news for us, because people will then start to understand the severe disconnect between us and the system, how much the powers that be hate us.

 





Godwin’s Law Meets Camp of the Saints

17 07 2014

Boston; Vermont

He said it, and he said it.

Five, six, seven, eight…

There’s no business like Shoah business like no business I know…

I wonder if the ADL will complain about their appropriation of their holy sacrament.

Otherwise, that’s how we know we’ve won the argument or the politics.  “Nazi/Holocaust” means “we’ve got nothing left.”





Days of Protest

16 07 2014

Aztlan

Friday and Saturday, lots of immigration patriot groups are organizing mass national protests in a lot of cities.  They will mainly be on highway overpasses.

St. Louis’s will both be on Saturday, on the Jamieson overpass over I-44 from 11 AM to 4 PM in southwest city, and in Fairview Heights on the Bunkum Road overpass over I-64 from 9 AM to Noon.  In Hannibal, also on Saturday, theirs will be on the Country Club Drive overpass over I-72 from 9 AM to Noon.  If I can squirm out of work, that’s the one I’ll go to, mainly because I’ll still be in Montgomery City even through Saturday, and I’m closer to Hannibal than I am to St. Louis.  That and the view looking eastward from that overpass is terrific, looking from pretty much the top of the bluffs down on the river bottoms on the other side of the river in Illinois, and the I-72 bridge, even though you really can’t see the river itself.





Shorter Paul Ryan

16 07 2014

Aztlan

Apply a new coat of paint on the Gang Bangers of Eight bill and keep saying that it’s not amnesty, and maybe that will fool enough people.

Really, all he’s suggesting that we do is take the existing Gang Bangers of Eight bill and stretch out the time provisions and tweak this or that part of other laws.

On the one hand, he says that illegals will get a “probationary period,” in which they’ll have to do this and that and not do this and that, and we’ll have to do this and do that and not do this and not do that, and they’ll have to “work,” and after five years, if they’ve behaved themselves, they’ll get a work permit. Pardon me, Mr. Ryan, but how are they going to be able to work legally during the probationary period if they don’t get the work permit until after they have finished it in good standing?

It sounds to me that “probationary period” during which they’ll have to “work” is just a new name legal status and a work permit immediately (i.e. the real amnesty), which makes it really no different from Gang Bangers of Eight or any “comprehensive immigration reform” bill, only it adds some semantic devices to try to con us.





Great Minds Think Like Me

15 07 2014

Your Blogmeister’s Laptop

When I read this story this morning, this paragraph said all:

But as with other hot-button issues, congressional Republicans fare even worse in the court of public opinion, with 66 percent disapproving of the job GOP lawmakers have done to address the crisis. Almost as many Republicans disapprove of their party’s handling of the issue as say they approve, with negative ratings rising to a majority among conservatives.

And then I turn on 1120 at 11 o’clock, much weaker here in Montgomery City, where I am for the Montgomery County Fair, and the one who ties half his brain behind his back said exactly what I was thinking.

Why shouldn’t a  majority of conservatives disapprove of the open borders RINOs in Congressional leadership?  And why isn’t it a supermajority, or much better, near-universal?

On the other side of Pennsylvania Avenue, don’t overlook the fact that 60% of independents and even 37% of Democrats disapprove of Obama on his facilitating the Camp of the Saints.





Today’s Immigration News

14 07 2014

Aztlan/Amurrika

Los Angeles and also New York have now become suburbs of the West Bank.  I vaguely remember from history that there was once a time when both were American cities.

Sifting through the usual bullshit, (and that is something I did in their comment section), the moral of this story is the white working class voters still matter.

The last paragraph in this tells all.

It says that he’s a “four-time deportee,” but all that probably means is that he got four different court orders ordering his deportation, i.e. meaningless pieces of paper.

If I had a private meeting with Mark Zuckerberg…the detectives would quickly figure out that I was the last to see him alive.

Anyway, there was a time not so long ago that politicians named Paul and fans of politicians named Paul were apoplectic over megabillionaires and politicians having secret confabs (Bilderberg Group, anyone?).





Mexico and Guatemala Agree on Comprehensive Immigration Reform

10 07 2014

Catazajá, Mexico

Guatemalans and Belizeans who sneak into Mexico across Mexico’s southern border will not be allowed to stay legally for longer than 72 hours.  They will be shipped out of Mexico expeditiously.

Northward.





Way Jose

10 07 2014

Aztlan

Brenda Walker in V-Dare writes about Ed Rollins’s call for seven million legal immigrants a year:

Jose won’t be packing boxes in a manufacturing plant because Baxter the Robot … will be performing that task 24/7 with a purchase price of $22,000 and operating cost for $3 per hour. The correct number of immigrants is ZERO because of the radically changing labor market, as well as failing assimilation and insufficient water supply.

Except…that’s why TPTB want seven million legal immigrants a year.  If they get that, then Jose will be packing boxes in a factory for $2 an hour.  (What minimum wage laws?)  Why invest $22k and $3/hour in a robot when there’s a steady stream of Joses flooding across the border to keep your labor costs lower than $3 an hour?  This is why American agriculture isn’t already far more mechanized, because the steady flood across the border means it’s cheaper to use cheap labor than to invest and maintain technology.

As for Ed Rollins, he’s an example of the barnacle class I keep harping about.  He has made a career out of managing Reagan’s 1984 re-election campaign to 49 states, even though he has done nothing remarkable since then.  Except that a monkey could have managed Reagan ’84 to 49 states.  Rollins is one of many of these barnacles that are lucky enough to latch on to winners, so people presume that they had something to do with the win, when they really had nothing to do with it.





A Matter of $247 Billion

10 07 2014

New York

Three people worth $175 billion between them are whining for open borders in an op-ed in a newspaper partially owned by someone worth $72 billion.  They want us to ignore June 10 — It’s like I said, when reality isn’t good for plutocrats, plutocrats just buy a new reality.  $247 billion buys you a lot of fake self-serving reality.

Meanwhile, let us eat cake.

Thatisall.





Blogmeister Plus Buckets of Cold Water

10 07 2014

Houston

Don’t get too excited.  All she’s saying is that black people should be getting the gibs instead of those brown people.





I Hope He Catches TB and Dies

9 07 2014

Texas

I heard a rumor that Glenn Beck came out against the protests against the Camp of the Saints, and now I’ve been able to confirm and more.

I think I’ve finally figured this hustler out.  All you need is one simple word:  Contrarian.

How is he going to be able to get into the kiddie hovels yet Jim Bridenstine can’t?  But hey, at least it might work out for the best for us.  Remember, those camps are TB factories.





I-Words

7 07 2014

Washington, D.C.

PJB vs Peter Brimelow.

Here’s the way out:

Impeach, but only on one count:  Immigration.

The rest of Obama’s impeachable offenses can be handled in the court of public opinion and history, and the real courts if circumstances permit, later on.  I think formally impeaching Obama over immigration alone will eventually make all his other transgressions seem worse in the long run.  But leave all the other stuff for the long run.

Impeaching Obama on his immigration treachery only and alone will:  (A) Call massive public attention on the immigration issue, and (B) Will poll a lot better than impeaching Clinton ever did.  Clinton was impeached on perjury, suborning perjury and obstruction of justice, but the media were able to buy a new reality and spin it into someone’s obsession over sex, while immigration is a crucial public policy matter, and (C) Be a massive win in the long run for immigration patriots, even if the Senate does not vote to remove, and I doubt that they would get 67 votes to remove him anyway.

 





Activism Opportunity

6 07 2014

Your Blogmeister’s Desk

Jamie Dimon, CEO
JP Morgan Chase
270 Park Avenue, 39th Floor
New York NY 10017

Write him a snail mail telling him that you canceled your Chase Bank (credit card/bank account/whatever) because of his immigration treason.  Even if you don’t and never had any business with Chase Bank, in which case you should probably not include your name on either the letter or the return address on the envelope.  If you do, this would be a good opportunity to move your business to another bank.  I know two people with Chase credit cards who I’ve already talked to this evening who have told me they’re going to find other banks to transfer their cards’ balances as soon as they can, because of this.

I have my snail mail ready to go tomorrow into the mailbox, and no, I’ve never had any personal business with Chase Bank.

Let’s spook the hell out of ole B.J.





H-1B: The New Four-Letter Word

6 07 2014

San Jose, California

Pretty good feature in the San Jose Mercury-News today about the H-1Backlash.  It even quotes Norm Matloff of V-Dare fame to provide a crucial detail.

I wonder if Life of an IT Grunt, on my blogroll, has heard about this story.

Guess who recently broached the H-1B taboo?  Dave Brat.





Too Easy

4 07 2014

Houston

Dedicated to Sheila Jackson-Lee.

The harmonies?  Nice and tight.  But it takes real talent to do that mouth popping thing.





Geography Lesson

4 07 2014

Murrieta, California

mur-protests

The caption of this photo:

A group of Aztec dancers in traditional garb dance outside the Murrieta Border Patrol station on Friday, July 4, 2014.

The relevant body paragraph about this photo:

A group of Aztec dancers in traditional garb is commanding the attention of the crowd, dancing as a drum plays in the background. They’re shouting, “let our children go” and “immigrants are welcome here, no papers, no fear.” They’re also chanting in Spanish, “We are here and we’re not leaving.”

Keep that in mind when you consider this map:

aztec-empire

Also keep in mind that the people of the Aztec Empire didn’t speak Spanish.  As a matter of fact, Spanish-speaking Spaniards conquered and dismantled the Aztec Empire.








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